ROUND TWO, MATCH ONE
Southeastern wins in straight sets
Piketon had a chance to steal game one from Southeastern
Thursday night as the Lady Redstreaks owned a lead at
21-17, but SE scored the final eight points of the opening
game to win it 25-21.

That run set the tone for the rest of the match as the blue and
white rolled to a 25-19 game two win and a win in game
three by the score of 25-17.

It was a very balanced Panther attack in the win. For stats of
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Westfall starts second round with
upset win over Huntington
After going through a mess of a first round
that saw Westfall lose two-year starter
Haylie Joyce for most of the year, that saw
Westfall lose Olivia Cobb for a few weeks
(Cobb did not play tonight as well, but
should be back late next week), and that
saw Westfall drop three, five-set matches
including the first match of the year at
Huntington, Westfall recorded a big,
four-set win over visiting Huntington
Thursday night.

The first two sets were tight; however,
Westfall was able to play out in front. In
game one, Westfall was up 23-18 when
Huntington made a late charge, but the
Mustangs held on for the 25-23 win.

Game two was played much of the same
way with Westfall winning 25-22, but in
game three, the match started to swing.
Huntington jumped out early to a 12-6
lead and never looked back as the green
and white rolled to a 25-17 win, and the
match started to look as if the Mustangs
were heading to another five-set marathon.

Westfall responded with a great fourth set.
Again, the Mustangs played out in front,
and despite Huntington holding off three
match points, Westfall finally finished the
deal with a 25-22 win.

"I am extremely proud of the way the girls
have continued to play hard through all the
adversity," said Westfall head coach Lori
Merriman.

"I thought our setters (Lindsay Henson and
Caitlin Pendall) did a great job finding
hitters," she continued. "We have a lot of
young kids who have been forced into
some new spots, and to the credit of all the
girls they found a way to win tonight.
Hopefully this will be a huge confidence
builder for the second half of the season."

Olivia Beavers, just a sophomore, is an
example of a young player taking on a
bigger role. Beavers plays
all-the-way-around and is asked to do a
little of everything for Coach Merriman,
and Sara Link is a young passer who has
stepped in and did a nice job tonight in just
her second varsity match.

Sophomore Alex Phillips had a big night in
the win and teammate Makenzie Wippel
produced her best match of the year.
Carlie Burke also had a strong night on the
defensive side of things. For stats of this
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Unioto rolls in straight sets
Davis leads balanced Unioto attack in the win
Senior setter Kenly Stidham dished out 32 assists Thursday
night, half of which resulted in a kill for Madison Davis.
Davis also recorded five aces. This led a balanced Unioto
attack that produced 20 team aces and 37 team kills in a
straight set win over Paint Valley.

The win improves Unioto to 6-2 in the league and with ZT
and Huntington losing, the Shermans are all alone in second
place.
Streak reaches 64 with straight set win over Zane Trace
Big nights for Yates, Halcomb, and Bielanow lead the way for the Warriors
Thursday night saw Adena's SVC best ever streak reach 64 straight with a straight set win over the Lady
Pioneers of Zane Trace. The Adena defense was able to contain Zane Trace's Jess Roepke while Kirsti
Yates, Hannah Halcomb, and Kelsey Bielanow all had big nights to lift the Warriors to the win. For
scores and stats of this match and the other three SVC matches, visit our
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